Supporting data for "A highly contiguous genome assembly of the bat hawkmoth (Lepidoptera Sphingidae)"

Pippel Martin, Jebb David, Patzold Franziska, Winkler Sylke, Vogel Heiko, Myers Gene, Hiller Michael & Hundsdoerfer K Anna
Adapted to different ecological niches, moth species belonging to the Hyles genus exhibit a spectacular diversity of larval color patterns. These species diverged about 7.5 Mya, making this rather young genus an interesting system to study a wide range of questions including the process of speciation, ecological adaptation and adaptive radiation. Here we present a high-quality genome assembly of the bat hawkmoth Hyles vespertilio, the first reference genome of a member of the Hyles genus....
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